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Does W10 contain a simple alarm clock?

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If so, how do I find it?

If not, can someone please suggest a free app (that comes unloaded with extraneous downloads)?

 

Thanks. ... batpark


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What about these, the first link is an online clock


http://onlineclock.net/


http://www.howtogeek...-in-windows-10/
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zep516: Thanks for your so-prompt response.

 

I think I found what I want on W10. I went to the "Ask me anything" (circle icon next to the WindowKey) and wrote "W10 alarm". A panel came up that does just what I need.

Is there a way I can determine what app I am actually using? ... batpark


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Not sure how to determine what app that is. I'll need to think about that.
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